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December 19th, 2006

Metryx Receives Mass Metrology Production Tool Order

Abstract:
The small-footprint Mentor OC23 tool is capable of throughputs of 60 wafers per hour to enable nanotechnology mass measurement of product, test and blanket wafers independent of substrate size or material. In this configuration, dual open cassettes utilizing wafers up to 200mm may be used. After measurements have been completed on one cassette the tool can immediately start to measure the other one without waiting for operator intervention. Alternatively, a single 13 wafer 300mm Open Cassette may be placed centrally on the top plate. Metryx also offers 300 mm FOUP configurations within the Mentor line of products.

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